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Build a ‘big future’ for the next generation

Every child has different potentials and different dreams but the same big future.” So goes this year’s slogan for Child Welfare Week, which begins Thursday, Children’s Day. A female middle school student coined this bright and hopeful catchphrase. Each and every child has different potentials. We hope that every child will grow up happily, while pursuing his or her own dreams. But can we adults

Online Player Wins $133,528.20 “Just Having Fun”: How Will You React?

Some people gamble to win, some people play to kill time and some people just play to have fun. If you play to win you’ll walk away flush about half the time, if you play to kill you’ll never be disappointed, but if you play to have fun you’ll be a winner every time you log on. At least that is the philosophy of $133,528.20 jackpot winner ‘Kst’ who won his fortune playing Rags to

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Japanese cars make headway in Korea

Despite some concerns that anti-Japan sentiment may affect sales, Japanese cars are continuing to make progress in the Korean market. According to figures released on Wednesday by the Korea Automobile Importers & Distributors Association, Japanese makes – Lexus and Honda – accounted for more than a quarter of newly registered imported vehicles last month. In

Build a ‘big future’ for the next generation

Every child has different potentials and different dreams but the same big future.” So goes this year’s slogan for Child Welfare Week, which begins Thursday, Children’s Day. A female middle school student coined this bright and hopeful catchphrase. Each and every child has different potentials. We hope that every child will grow up happily, while pursuing his or her own dreams. But can we adults confidently say, “You bet!” to the message conveyed in this

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A for Arjun, B for Brahma, G for Ganesh, H for Hanuman…That is how the students of Saraswasti Shishu Mandir learn the alphabet. These schools are run by Vidya Bharti — an RSS organisation. “Ram Pujan is held at 8315 villages in Kerala, in Bengal in another 5516. In which state are more pujas held?” is one question and another is, “If someone reads 110 Ramayan chaupals in a day then in how many days

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Five incumbent governors, a vice governor and a mayor have made it to the “Archbishop’s List” as among the “jueteng” operators who allegedly pay billions of pesos every month to their government protectors.   All of those officials are from Luzon, according to the list which Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Oscar Cruz turned over to a congressional committee.   The list, a copy of which was obtained by the Inquirer, alleges that a top official of the

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